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    Microsoft’s own “Lady Licensing,” Emma Healey, posted a blog entry today about System Center 2012 (SC 2012) simplifing its multi-SKU lineup to two editions (datacenter and standard) to provide an integrated solution to manage applications across private, public and hybrid cloud scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Nine Key Updates in the Microsoft Volume Licensing Agreement Refresh 2012

    The Microsoft Volume Licensing team recently completed its annual agreement refresh with the goal of improving overall partner and customer satisfaction. These changes help support business and product evolution, help clarify language, and align and simplify agreements. Outlined below are the key refresh...
  • Blog Post: Buy now, pay later with Deferred Payments from Microsoft Payment Solutions

    By Seth Eisner, General Manager, Microsoft Payment Solutions This is the second in a series of blog posts about how Microsoft Payment Solutions is designed to help companies achieve their strategic objectives through thoughtful cash flow management. Wouldn’t it be great if your new IT needs...
  • Blog Post: Licensing Made Easier

    Partner describes how flexible payment solutions impact deals, benefit customers A number of factors influence the way that customers approach volume licensing for new technologies and uptake into their environments. In today’s economy and shrinking budgets, along with the fact that customers...
  • Blog Post: Simpler Licensing Options to Give Customers Better Access to Cloud Solutions

    Industry analysts forecast the continued ascension of cloud infrastructure technology as a key market driver for the foreseeable future. For example, IDC’s 3 rd Platform describes a vast array of always-connected smart mobile devices and pervasive use of social networking layered over a cloud-based...
  • Blog Post: ECI Helps UK Customer Cut Costs, Boost Automation with Private Cloud

    Our colleagues in the UK recently wrote about a customer looking to reduce the costs of virtualization charged by the incumbent vendor. The case study is interesting in that it demonstrates the strategic role that volume licensing can play, particularly as customer uptick increases for virtualization...
  • Blog Post: WWLP Mail Bag: The New Enterprise Agreement

    A Microsoft Volume Licensing Expert Answers your Burning Questions on the Enterprise Agreement This month on the blog we’ve provided a number of resources designed to help our customers get the most of their Enterprise Agreement (EA), featuring benefits available through the EA along with a...